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So glad to have found a forum dedicated to the new love of my life. Am new to motorcycling and have gone with a special edition Ninja 300 with ABS as my first bike. Currently on order and arriving February...can't wait. :)
 

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TRULY. imagine prices in the US... just the MSRP here in AU is high to start with. We even have better worth of our dollar than the US.

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--> great after sales service too. haggle free delivery if youre in Brisbane. or just ride it if you're that excited like me. =D

are you serious?
my local kwaka dealer wants $7000 SE ABS *PLUS* onroads
 

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TRULY. imagine prices in the US... just the MSRP here in AU is high to start with. We even have better worth of our dollar than the US.

crazydogs.com.au
--> great after sales service too. haggle free delivery if youre in Brisbane. or just ride it if you're that excited like me. =D
im in townsville, north qld.any how cant complain too much i guess, nice bike though
 

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Thanks so much for the feedback guys, really appreciated! Just curious, has anyone here rode scooters before ? I have been riding scooters for a while now and I have and never rode a geared bike before. I am kinda concerned transitioning from scooter to geared bikes as the left lever is used for rear break on scooter and clutch for geared bikes. I will of course go through my training with Q-ride. Has anyone experienced my concerns?

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Thanks so much for the feedback guys, really appreciated! Just curious, has anyone here rode scooters before ? I have been riding scooters for a while now and I have and never rode a geared bike before. I am kinda concerned transitioning from scooter to geared bikes as the left lever is used for rear break on scooter and clutch for geared bikes. I will of course go through my training with Q-ride. Has anyone experienced my concerns?

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Just do the Q-Ride and it will change the way your brain is programmed I suppose. Hopefully you drive a manual car... would be helpful. I used to ride a scooter before when I was young 13yo - advantage would be you'll be comfortable on the road/hazards and just being on a bike.

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Thanx Hydrox love your feedback!!! Seemed like the price does vary on the ninjas 300 huh ? I guess I will need to get my friend to shadow me from Burpangary back to Brisbane south :eek:

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